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  1. I prefer someone with both keeper and auction experience, but anyone who's willing to learn and stick around for several years is fine by me. The draft isn't until Aug 31st (no auto drafting allowed), but the keeper deadline is this Tuesday, so I need to get someone ASAP! 12 teams, auction draft, daily blind auction waivers, you can keep as many players as you can afford under a $200 budget (cost is their draft/waiver price), bonus scoring, bolstered defenses, start 3 WRs, no kickers, OP slot [QB/RB/WR/TE], 2 IR slots, playoff bye week for top 2 teams. League Settings: https://fantasy.espn.com/football/le...&seasonId=2019 The roster is a bit of a mess, but a little patience and savvy could have you turned around in no time. Below is the roster, along with keeper costs, years left that you can keep a player (1 or 2), and years left that a player can be kept by any team if traded (1-4), since we throw all players back into the draft pool after the 5th year to correct their market value (and this is the 5th year, so lots of great draft options available!). I have already removed the expired keepers from your roster. Feel free to ask any questions below, or just leave your email and I’ll message you to find out if we’re a good fit for each other.
  2. Just wondering how much rust Gordon has to knock off... I've heard almost nothing out of practice about how he looks.
  3. I definitely wouldn't start Murray against the Texans, and guys like Coleman, Ginn, Sanu, and Henry can be a crapshoot... Safest bet is Thomas, at least he's the clearcut #1.
  4. Looking like AP is likely out, probably best to roll the dice on Davis.
  5. Well this clouds the waters a bit... Is it the truth or a smokescreen? @AdamSchefter: FWIW - text from one source today: “Hue Jackson has a load of plays set up for Josh Gordon and has limited other WRs from a designed play standpoint.” Will be interesting.
  6. Ebron is the safer TE, Algholor is the safer WR... Still a good chance Brown plays, and Cincy is a good defense regardless. Wouldn't be surprised to see Big Ben struggle a bit on the road.
  7. I'm actually projected to win by 25 points at the moment, but my opponent hasn't switched our AP yet...
  8. Coleman seems to have the higher floor, Gordon the higher ceiling.... Also starting Antonio Brown (hope he plays) and T.Y. Hilton (hope he catches a prayer). Other WRs on bench are Maclin and Parker, neither of which I have any faith in right now. This is a must-win game for me to make the playoffs.
  9. So 2 votes for Coleman... Any Maclin fans? Anyone think Parker can have a good game?
  10. I'm assuming this is not a PPR league? Either way, I'd probably still roll with Tevin Coleman over Morris or Perine. Higher floor, higher upside -- he's been consistent this season, even with Freeman healthy. As for Morris or Perine, it's gonna be a coin toss... Perine should have a heavier work load, but Morris has an easier matchup. Although Morris doesn't do much with the opportunities presented, and Dak is probably a greater goal line threat. Honestly, I'd probably choose Perine over Morris just based on upside.
  11. Sanu has the highest floor... And even if he doesn't get you points, he seems to be a bit of a good luck charm this season -- if you start him the rest of your lineup will have a big day.
  12. Seems like every week I start the wrong guy... 1 PPR: Jeremy Maclin vs. HOU, Corey Coleman @ CIN, or DeVante Parker @ NE? Will help in return.
  13. A lot of good names listed above, here's a few risky ones with upside... - Kenneth Dixon: suspended for 6 games to start next season and may never get his head screwed on straight, but he's talented. - Brandon Marshall: says he's not retiring, you can probably flip that name recognition in a trade. - Tyler Eifert: he's a stud when healthy, but he's rarely healthy. Total dart throw.